Establishing our corporate headquarters in Wilmington allows us to keep our finger on the pulse of the industry and be in the best position to service the needs of our customers.
Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) October 14, 2010
Global Debt Registry (GDR) is pleased to announce the opening of its new Wilmington, Delaware office and corporate headquarters. Executive Level Management, Strategy, Global and National Account Management Sales will be conducted and coordinated from Delaware.
“Global Debt Registry is all about providing outstanding, high value services to the Accounts Receivable industry. Given that our biggest focus is to work with the credit card issuers, I believe it is very important to be highly accessible to our clients. Our new Delaware world headquarters reflects our commitment to provide client-centered customer service,” said Mark Parsells, GDR Executive Chairman. “A majority of the US credit card industry operations are located in, or easily reachable from, the Wilmington area. Establishing our corporate headquarters here allows us to keep our finger on the pulse of the industry and be in the best position to service the needs of our customers.”
GDR will continue to maintain offices in Columbia, MO for operational, information technology and back office client support. For more information please contact Greg Ousley, CEO Global Debt Registry at 866-660-2341 or visit the website at http://www.globaldebtregistry.com.
About Global Debt Registry
Global Debt Registry delivers significant ROI benefits to all participants in the Accounts Receivable Industry by providing the nation’s only proven AR titling solution. GDR’s solution includes a comprehensive Account Integrity Management Program, chain of title and customizable turnkey media management solutions. The primary purpose of the registry is to maintain the integrity of traded data (validated debt), maintain accurate ownership (chain of title), and provide automated access for maintaining media integrity and customizable media fulfillment both in the performing and non-performing ARM industry markets.
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